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Re: Unable to make red exclamation points go away despite zero differences with repo

From: Robert Roessler <robertr_at_rftp.com>
Date: Sun, 13 Dec 2009 15:27:01 -0800

Nathan Tuggy wrote:
> In my experience, this often happens after committing, and I usually
> have to restart Explorer.exe (e.g. by logging off, not by killing it in
> taskmgr) before the icons go back to normal. You may be able to achieve
> this by changing the overlays setting to None, then changing back to
> whatever it was before.
> I haven't completely solved this yet, though.

Also, since the OP neglected to supply any details WRT the OS platform
and TSVN version, it is difficult to make particularly targeted
observations... ;)

But I have seen much more timely updating of overlays starting with the
build 17710 TSVN nightly - which also fixed other issues I was having.

> On 2009-12-13 13:18, Jim Showalter wrote:
>> I have a set of directories with files in them that are sync'd to a repo.
>> When I compare the files on my local disk with the repo files, they
>> are identical, and they have the same svn versions.
>> Yet Tortoise displays a red exclamation point on some of the directories.
>> None of the files have red exclamation points, only the directories.
>> Running update from Tortoise or from the command line in the marked
>> directories has no effect.
>> Running cleanup from Tortoise or from the command line in the marked
>> directories has no effect.
>> Any suggestions?

Robert Roessler


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